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Delaware Apologizes For Slavery

By David Madden

DOVER, Del. (CBS) — The state of Delaware this week officially apologized for the role it played in slavery in this country. 165 more words

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The Kimmel Center Presents 'Pippin'

By RJ McKay

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Kimmel Center presents “Pippin” February 23 through the 28th at The Academy of Music.

Frances Egler, director Broadway Philadelphia programming, talks about the production coming to Philadelphia. 131 more words

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Movie Review: 'Deadpool'

By Bill Wine
KYW Newsradio

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — “I may be super, but I’m no hero,” protests the sorta-superhero called Deadpool in Deadpool.

But his movie delivers, if not heroically, then at least entertainingly. 478 more words

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Doctors Narrow In On Increasing Infections In Hospitals

SANTA MONICA (CBSLA.com) —  Doctors now understand why so many patients in California hospitals are coming down with dangerous infections. They say it’s a bacteria that is causing the problem, and it is easy to prevent it. 261 more words

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Driver Suspected Of DUI Hits Palm-Reading Business In Anaheim

ANAHEIM (CBSLA.com) — A driver suspected of DUI plowed his pickup into a palm-reading business in Anaheim Friday night, and its owner said she had a premonition it was going to happen. 184 more words

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Scientists Need Your Help In Experiment With New Quake App

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — UC Berkeley scientists Friday released a new app that can use a smartphone as a mobile seismometer. It’s part of an experiment with which they need your help. 215 more words

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Military Uniforms, Gear Stolen In Camarillo

CAMARILLO (CBSLA.com) — Authorities are looking for thieves who stole military uniforms and gear in Ventura County in the last two weeks.

Fatigues and gear including helmets, masks, goggles and gloves were stolen from three separate locations in Camarillo in the early morning hours. 258 more words

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